12 Nov Dec 9th CE event: Managing the stressed out male cat… Feline Urethral Obstructions
When: Wednesday, Dec. 9th @ 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Who: Veterinarians and veterinary technicians in British Columbia
What: A free, live RACE-approved CE event (1 hour CE certificate)
How: Register in advance for this online event
Topic: The management of feline urethral obstruction; presented by BBVSH’s board-certified criticalist and trauma medical director, Dr. Tiffany Jagodich, DVM DVSc DACVECC. From history to emergency stabilization through to discharge and at-home care instructions, Dr. Jagodich’s presentation will have a strong focus on evidence-based medicine where attendees will learn about:
- Exact medication doses
- The evidence for safe ER stabilization (including fluid prescriptions) and in-hospital care of the male cat with urethral obstruction
- The proper management for male or female cats presenting with signs of FIC/FLUTD including proper medications, diet and environmental changes.
Good reasons to attend
- Get an opportunity to ask our criticalist questions about feline urethral obstructions.
- Meet our veterinary outreach representative, Michelle Floris.
- Confirmed attendees will get a 1 hour CE certificate from BBVSH prior to Dec. 31st, 2020.
About the Presenter
Dr. Tiffany Jagodich, DVM DVSc DACVECC (Criticalist) Dr. Jagodich completed her veterinary degree at the University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary College. She subsequently completed a rotating internship at Tufts University and then returned to the University of Guelph for her residency in emergency and critical care; as well as a graduate degree focusing on respiratory physiology and high flow nasal cannula oxygen therapy in dogs. She is currently the criticalist and trauma medical director at Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital. Her areas of interest include respiratory medicine, mechanical ventilation, ureteral & urethral obstructions in cats, trauma and much more.